Hong Ngoc Tonkin Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... pretty close on their ages too, a spot on fact about each of their personalities, and then she said "you've worked very hard in your life, but you don't have to do that any more. Then a prediction of a nice long life. Definitely worth a dollar! She spoke good English. She'd married an American soldier in 1963, and he was killed in battle in 1968. She was a very interesting lady. From here our motorcycle tour went to the largest cemetery I've ever seen. Of course, ...
... as we can't phone anyone and we didn't really want to walk the 30mins back into the city with our backpacks in the heat! Finally the tuk tuk picked us up from the station and we arrived at the bus stop, quick toilet break and off we set, we met two girls one English and one Dutch we got shoved at the back as all the Asians had reserved the front!! Speak to you guys in 25 hours! :(( Loads of love, Ames xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Loads of love ...
... anti-Chinese sentiment in Vietnam. And for the other record, I felt no anti-American sentiment during my stay here (re: history). Overall I loved Hanoi; it is a manageable city with a young professional scene, nature, great food, lots to do, and affordability- a rare combination. I didn't want to leave Hanoi but everyone told me I had to check out Hoi An, a coastal city in central Vietnam, so I did.
I flew to Da Nang (1h) then had to take either a taxi ($25) or public ...